Greece Goes to Eurovision 2011 with “Watch My Dance”



Greece held its national selection final for the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest Wednesday. Six acts competed for the ticket to Dusseldorf, but it was Loukas Giorkas feat. Stereo Mike with the song “Watch My Dance” that earned the right to wave the flag for Greece in May.
Loukas Yorkas, is a Greek-Cypriot singer and the winner of the first season of the Greek version of the television talent series The X Factor. In September 2009 he released his first album, Mazi, which attained gold status. He had studied Biology at the university of Patras.
The song was selected by combination of jury and televote. The song, incorporating deep electronics, combines English rapping and Greek lyrics. The song has been a frontrunner throughout the selection process. Here is the track:
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Greece will compete in the second half of the first semi-final on May 10. If it advances, it will compete with 24 other countries in the Eurovision Song Contest Final Saturday, May 14.


3 COMMENTS

  1. It’s terrible! What are they thinking!!!! Greece won’t even make the first cut!! Someone wake up before its to late!

  2. Too late for a style like hip hop and zaimbekiko

    we did this a few years ago

    you gotta combine it with techno-dance these
    plus people won’t understand Greek in Europe and the rapping sorry but it sucks

    so it’s not awinning song
    iwas right about last year and te year before and i am right again this year

    There was an exemption with Paparizou
    Esay and catchy chorus and beat

  3.  Greece was one of the best. I really wanted to make it won a victory. But Azerbaijan was also worthy. In general, there were many good songs. All songs from Eurovision download http://www.torrentoff.com. This is an excellent search engine torrent files.

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